Edgar Degas “Deux Femmes” 1940



Edgar Degas (1834-1917) was a painter, sculpture and illustrator and was known as being one of the creators of impressionism. The “two woman” is a hand tinted engraving made after Degas had died. It is from a scarce, limited edition executed in 1940. It is an illustration of two “social workers” in Paris, in the style of Toulouse Lautrec. It comes with a certificate of authenticity and the image is 9 x 12. It is framed, matted and covered in plexiglass.

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